Sea change in penthouse pool views: Buyers see red

Duo accuse developer of misselling condo with misleading sales brochure. -ST

Massive debt leaves China little leeway

Financial markets are calling for pump-priming measures as the Chinese economy shows stronger signs of a slowdown. -Nikkei Asian Review

Parliament: There will be no commercial columbarium in Fernvale, says Khaw Boon Wan

"We now understand that the winning tenderer for this site, Eternal Pure Land Pte Ltd, is actually a private company without any religious affiliation," he said.

Tenants opt for shorter leases as rents slide

More are asking for one-year leases, expecting prices to soften further. -ST

Post-doctor quits math study and sells beef noodles online

In September 2013 Deng Yubo and two other masters graduates all quit their jobs and started to focus on the online beef noodle business. -China Daily/ANN

DBS CEO among potential candidates to replace StanChart chief: Report

Three of the bank's top 30 investors, fed up with the pace of Sands' turnaround strategy, told Reuters in December Sands should be replaced, probably this year. -Reuters

Weak ringgit to benefit traders, travellers: Analysts

The depreciating ringgit will benefit Bruneian importers as Malaysian products will cost less and become more competitive. -Brunei Times/ANN

No plan for major lay-offs, says Thai Airways president

Reduction of staff will not be among the priority measures for financially strapped national carrier Thai Airways International under its two-year cost-cutting exercise. -The Nation/ANN

Investors cash in on MAS' move

The day was dominated by MAS' unscheduled statement that it will seek a slower pace of appreciation against a basket of currencies. -MyP/BT

Ex-SMRT boss to step down as Auric CEO

She will remain as a consultant with the Lippo Group of companies, and will continue to advise Auric Pacific on various matters. -MyP/ST

Malaysian ringgit hit by Singapore easing monetary policy

The ringgit has become an unwitting casualty of Singapore's surprise easing of its tightly controlled monetary policy. -The Star/ANN

Deflation worries for S'pore unfounded

The headline consumer price index fell year-on-year in November and last month, the first time in five years that we have seen prices decline. -MyP/BT

SGX, VC firm to set up crowdfunding platform for SMEs

Facility aimed at helping start-ups, SMEs meet accredited investors. -ST

Singapore dollar hits 4.5-year low against US dollar

This is a move that extends decisive shifts by global policymakers to counter deflationary pressures and slowing growth. -Reuters

Markets looking to fundamentals again

Investor sentiment improves, boosted by surprise QE measures in Europe. -ST


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Several new multi-purpose spaces have popped up around Singapore, providing channels for a range of usage from events to shared workspaces. -BT